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So Far, Jones In Line With Greats

Jarvis Jones (Gojkovich/Getty Images)

In the Sunday Notebook, Dick LeBeau doesn't want to crush Jarvis Jones with lofty expectations, but so far so good. And Brandon Marshall is more than a beast.

The great ones didn't start for the Pittsburgh Steelers this early in their careers. But Jarvis Jones started for the reigning No. 1 defense in his second week at the hallowed position of blind-side outside linebacker. Here's how the rest of the greats broke in: * Greg Lloyd, a sixth-round pick, suffered a knee injury the second day of his rookie training camp and missed the entire 1987 season... Recommended Stories